Prague School To Athletic Development Part B with Dr. Craig Liebenson
Dynamic Sport Performance Alexandria, VA
January 27th – 29th
In this very practical course functional assessment and training is the key! Craig Liebenson is teaching his extensive knowledge with a lot of passion. He’s using techniques and ideas from great names of our profession like: Janda, Lewit, Cook, McGill, Boyle, Vojta and Moseley. The result is a very nice eclectic and comprehensive program that can be implemented perfectly in your daily clinic.
THE PS2AD SERIES IS AN IDEAL PREP FOR CHANGING ONE’S PARADIGM FROM:
- Symptom-based to a focus on the Source of pain in the kinetic chain
- Passive to Active (self-care oriented)
- Doctor-Centered to Patient/Athlete-Centered
- Output-based to outcome-based
- Hardware (structural) to software (functional)
Course B – EXTREMITIES
- The importance of sensory function of the foot
- Re-educating the spring & arch functions of the foot
- Stretch-shortening cycle, eccentrics & elastic training
- Overuse syndromes: state of the art
- The hip-knee connection
- Prying: upper quarter tweaks to facilitate lower quarter function
- Generating power with the posterior chain
- Frontal plane stability: The meaning of the Trendelenberg sign as an “energy leak”
- The T4 “dead zone”
- The prehensile visual target system
- Rolling, eye movements, cylinder function & the humerus as punctum fixum
- Baby get-up to Turkish get -up
Course A – Core
- Software/hardware & the functional approach
- Role & limitations of palliative care
- Exercise as Medicine: Use it or Lose it
- Mindset & recovery in the Anti-Fragile approach
- Finding precision pain triggers & “weak links”
- The role of the history, empathy
- Bridging the gap between capacity & demands
- Clinical Audit Process: the key role of Analysis in the Assess-Analyze-Correct-Reassess approach
- Sparing strategies & the hip hinge
- Time under tension: The role of diaphragm, pelvic floor & stabilization system in cylinder function of the torso
- Evolutionary & Developmental underpinning of upright posture
- The developmental sequence as a movement prep
- Why are hip & T-spine mobility so crucial?
- Isolation, integration or improvisation – The discovery process in learning – Feldenkrais
- Anti-flexion & anti-rotation training
- 3 block periodized isometric core programming
- Is it incorrect to correct?: External vs internal cues in facilitating skill acquisition
- Self-correcting exercises & coaching like a caveman
- Fear-avoidance beliefs, threat & “guarded” movements – how graded exposure to feared stimuli de-sensitizes movement patterns.
Register on-line or call (703) 209-8696 for credit card orders.
Mail check to Dynamic Sport Performance, 113 S. Columbus St.,
Alexandria, VA 22314
Seminar fee: $695.00
$200.00 fee for cancellations or transfers, no exceptions.
No refunds on cancellations after October 13, 2016
• Register and pay by December 5th, 2016, fee is only $595 (Save $200.00)
• Register and pay December 6th, 2016, fee is $695
This seminar limited to 45 participants.
Workshop price does not include room & board or meals.
A map for the location and a list of convenient hotels/motels will be provided to all registrants.